Arab Murder Mayhem Massacre

October 29, 1933 Outbreak of violence at Jaffa
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October 29, 1933 Outbreak of violence at Jaffa

October 29, 1933 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre There was a serious outbreak at Jaffa.  So excited and so dangerous was the temper of the Arab rioters that the police were forced to use their firearms before order could be restored.  The news of these events quickly reached Nablus where public buildings were attacked and […]

April 15, 1935 Terror on Tulkarm-Nablus Road
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April 15, 1935 Terror on Tulkarm-Nablus Road

April 15, 1935 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre Arab highwaymen held up ten automobiles on the Tulkarm-Nablus road and robbed their passengers. They then placed three of their captives together in a truck and shot them in cold blood. Source: Hanna, Paul L. British Policy in Palestine. American Council of Foreign Affairs. Washington DC, 1942, […]

April 19 1936 The Arab High Committee
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April 19 1936 The Arab High Committee

April 19 1936 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre The Arab High Committee “We call upon you O Arab, to sacrifice yourself, to cease you work and commerce, to make do with merely a piece of bread. . . in order to safe guard you homeland so that Arab Palestine will not be lost and that […]

June 20, 1936 Falastin  Jemal Pasha to Sir Wauchope
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June 20, 1936 Falastin Jemal Pasha to Sir Wauchope

June 20, 1936 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre “Falastin Jemal Pasha to Sir Wauchope ‘Many many thanks… The Arabs have now forgotten by tyranny and bless my memory.’ 8th Wonder of The World, a Century of Strike Not A Laboureres: Strike For Increase of Wages, But A Nation’s Strike For Life And Honour Policy of […]

1937 Al-Banna Publisher of The Newspaper al-Nadher
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1937 Al-Banna Publisher of The Newspaper al-Nadher

1937 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre Al-Banna Publisher of The Newspaper al-Nadher Al-Banna, attempted to transform jihad into a tangible concept through giving death a more familiar and acceptable meaning, and associating the concept of jihad with the possibility of death at any time and anywhere. In 1937, when the Palestinian Revolt was intensifying, he […]

July 1st, 1937 Palestine Royal (Peel) Commission
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July 1st, 1937 Palestine Royal (Peel) Commission

July 1st, 1937 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre The Commission here characterize the Palestine Government’s policy as having “from first to last been conciliatory (e.g. to the Arabs),” and that “ if one thing stands out clear from the record of the Mandatory administration, it is the leniency with which Arab political agitation, even when […]

September 11th, 1937 Tension over Partition Program
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September 11th, 1937 Tension over Partition Program

September 11th, 1937 “Palestine Arabs repeat demands action of congress Expected to increase Tension over Partition Program. Foreign Aid is charged. Jerusalem September 11th the demand heard from Arab politicians in Palestine during the past eighteen years re-echoed again late this week in the form of resolutions adopted at the final session of the Pan-Arab […]

September 26, 1937 SPORADIC TERRORISM
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September 26, 1937 SPORADIC TERRORISM

September 26, 1937 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre SPORADIC TERRORISM CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF 1937, DEVELOPING IN THE LATE AUTUMN INTO A SECOND PHASE OF THE REBELLION. The Acting District commissioner of Galilee and his police escort were fatally shot by Arab gunmen in Nazareth on the 26th of September. Five days […]

October 23rd 1937 Renewed Violence Worries Palestine Depression
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October 23rd 1937 Renewed Violence Worries Palestine Depression

October 23rd 1937 “Renewed Violence Worries Palestine Depression is intensified as Arab Terrorists Resume Activities after Lull Many Urge Stern Steps. The Palestine Government’s stringent measures of Oct. 1st in deporting the members of the Arab High Committee and depriving the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amen El Husseini, of his offices served only temporarily to […]

June 1, 1938 Tegart’s Wall
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June 1, 1938 Tegart’s Wall

June 1, 1938 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre Tegart’s Wall: “One of my tasks whilst at Nazareth was to site a fence of barbed wire some seventy kilometres long which was built on the instruc­tions of Sir John Tegart, an expert on security matters sent out by the Colonial Office. The fence ran along the […]